The Little fox

Our Story

In The Heart of The Adirondacks
Fine dining with a casual atmosphere and a creative dinner menu.
The Little Fox

The current building was built as a house in 1938, within a year it was converted it into a bar named Curly’s. A few years later the name was changed to some variation of The Little Fox, and was known by that name until 1990, when a new family purchased the property and changed the name to The Wayback Inn. When I purchased the building in 2016, I returned the name to The Little Fox, which is what I grew up with.

My professional journey in this part of the Adirondacks began in the 80s. My first job was at Holl’s Inn which was located in Inlet. Over the years I have worked at many of the great restaurants in the area. I have been lucky enough to spend all my summers here since I was born, and now, this is my home year round.

I am lucky enough to have a great support team in my kitchen, which consists of Brian and Melisa Chappell, who hail from the Auburn area. They are both equally talented and a great asset to my restaurant. They moved up here with their kids to enjoy the area and they love to camp and hike.

I have the best customers and over the years I have received so many great fox-related gifts, some new and even some vintage.

Thank you all so much for being a part of The Little Fox.

Beth Kellogg

What People Are Saying
My first time here! What a little gem near Big Moose Lake! Excellent service and the food was wonderful!!! I had the curry & Mom had Caesar salad with chicken. Thanks you Liz and Beth!! Nice to meet you both!! I can't wait to return.
Absolutely amazing. Food is top notch. Atmosphere is amazing. Staff is Amazing. Delicious food.
Will S-E
The food was delicious, service was great and everyone was so friendly! Very child friendly for our 4 year old. Will definitely be back! Child-friendly, Creative cuisine, Great food.
It’s the best restaurant in the ADK. What are you waiting for? GO NOW

We see our customers as invited guests to a party, and we are the hosts.